Author Suzanne Venker pens a letter to her 14-year-old son about marriage.
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Mrs. Schlafly’s successes still sting the feminist movement and leftwing mlitants. And now, four years after her death, their malevolent anger spills over in this TV smear of her life and achievements.
On October 17 at the University of Nevada, Reno, wide-eyed college and high school students, alumni, and community listened to Amanda Collins and Antonia Okafor challenge the University to take proactive approaches to campus safety by allowing students to have the option to carry a firearm.
If we want to raise up and support fellow sisters and empower girls, we should encourage them to make decisions benefiting them and praising their self-worth.
Since only a small percentage of women actually consider themselves feminists due to the term’s negative connotation, conservatives face a choice.
The ancient patriarchy’s treatment of women was abhorrent. So, too, is modern feminism’s treatment of men.
It looks like interest in “nasty women” is fading.
The idea of intersectional feminism is already ridiculous enough, but this course encourages students to be even more extreme and fight against capitalism.
Science is based on facts and objectivity while feminism is a political movement and ideology. Trying to combine the two in the name of political correctness only hurts scientific advancement.
Today, 377 universities in the U.S. offer Gender Studies degrees, including all but two out of twenty-eight Jesuit universities in the U.S. (Spring Hill College and Wheeling Jesuit University).
‘Feminism’ topped the online dictionary lookup list in 2017, “thanks in part to Kellyanne Conway.”
“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” Scorned by November’s voters, nasty feminists unleashed fury and their own brand of hell at Women’s March.
Our blogger friend, Stephanie Holmes, offers some thoughtful ideas on reclaiming true femininity in a feminist culture that demands women be more of a man.